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Gold/Mining/Energy : Geodex Resources - GXM.V (was Agate Bay ABE) -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: Baywall who wrote (189)11/16/1999 3:44:00 PM
From: E. Charters  Respond to of 210
Well Rand is replete with felsic horizons and has a huge mag anomaly in it. Adjacent Munro has some good geology and has the Potter which the Harrison group is working on and they say it may go to 10,000,000 tons. that copper horizon in there is quite extensive and it has Kidd Creek or Tholeitic-komatiitic geology which is very unusual.

This is the right area to go Elephant hunting in.
Falconbridge also has a 6 million ton 1% copper, 1% zinc deposit in there and not too far away to the south is Sheraton Towship which has Middeltons 2% copper Cross LAke Minerals discovery (part of which I staked for a prospector from Timmins)

If you go further east you run into the giant copper zinc deposits of the Noranda Camp. It was always easier to raise money there so most of the stuff got found on that side of the political line. Similar geology and the same faults run through Ontario (I was going to say Canada) and not too far away from Rand.